Rafael Nadal is accused by the mayor of Manacor of having benefited from preferential treatment concerning the establishment of his academy in the city. The Spaniard was quick to react.
Currently on vacation, Rafael Nadal would surely have imagined a quieter offseason. The world number 1 is accused by the mayor of Manacor in Spain of having received ” preferential treatment ” for the construction of his academy, but also for the mooring of his boat. In addition, the mayor accuses Rafael Nadal of not paying a property tax which would amount to € 200,000. Faced with these serious accusations, the Spaniard hastened to speak in order to deny them.
“It hurts to receive unjustified and defamatory attacks”
Rafael Nadal who opened his academy in 2016 in his hometown denied these accusations through a statement relayed by the Spanish media: “ It hurts to receive unjustified and defamatory attacks whose sole purpose is to task his name The world number 1 said in comments reported by WeLoveTennis . In order to prove his good faith, the Spaniard also wanted to publish his tax form. It remains to be seen whether this story will continue to gain momentum …